Simple DataFlash board plugs into an Arduino to provide 4Mbytes of EEPROM

Simple DataFlash board plugs into an Arduino to provide 4Mbytes of EEPROM

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This is a small board that plugs into one of the headers on an Arduino Uno or other board to provide 4Mbytes of non-volatile storage. by David Johnson-Davies:

It works with either 5V or 3.3V boards, and is based on the low-cost 4Mbyte Winbond W25Q32FVSIG DataFlash chip. It is ideal for applications such as data logging, playing audio samples, and storing text.

I also describe a simple DataFlash library to interface to the board.

Simple DataFlash board plugs into an Arduino to provide 4Mbytes of EEPROM – [Link]

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